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I've been a little concerned with my progress...I'm 5 months in since my surgery and I've been losing only about 2 pounds per week....is that right?? I've been working out, eating as best as I can, as I ever did, and I'm only losing 2 pounds per week. It's really stressing me out because I feel like it should be more and I try not to be hard on myself but some times I cant help it.

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2lb per week is pretty average from what I can tell. I was 310 lb on the day of my surgery on 1st March 2018 (38 weeks ago) and I have lost on average 3.17lb per week. With my best week (surgery week) being (6.4lb) and my worst being (0.3) (about 5 weeks ago). Everyone looses at different rates, I think the important thing is your trend. If you are loosing constantly thats what you really want. Just keep doing what you are doing and you will get to your goal.

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I lose between on average 2-3 per week and I'm thrilled with my progress (ends up being 7-17 per month).

How much have you lost total?

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I've been a little concerned with my progress...I'm 5 months in since my surgery and I've been losing only about 2 pounds per week....is that right?? I've been working out, eating as best as I can, as I ever did, and I'm only losing 2 pounds per week. It's really stressing me out because I feel like it should be more and I try not to be hard on myself but some times I cant help it.
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I wouldn't be worried with that, it's in the right direction!! Might give your skin a better chance to recover if you lose slower.

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I lose between on average 2-3 per week and I'm thrilled with my progress (ends up being 7-17 per month).
How much have you lost total?
I've lost a total of 70 since my surgery date in July....21 weeks ago....maybe I'm just being hard on myself

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2lb per week is pretty average from what I can tell. I was 310 lb on the day of my surgery on 1st March 2018 (38 weeks ago) and I have lost on average 3.17lb per week. With my best week (surgery week) being (6.4lb) and my worst being (0.3) (about 5 weeks ago). Everyone looses at different rates, I think the important thing is your trend. If you are loosing constantly thats what you really want. Just keep doing what you are doing and you will get to your goal.
I wish very week we can lose what we lost the first week lol thank you I'm just being hard on myself but I am still losing and thats the good thing...thanks again

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I wouldn't be worried with that, it's in the right direction!! Might give your skin a better chance to recover if you lose slower.

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That could be true....thank you!!

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2 minutes ago, zaid said:

I've lost a total of 70 since my surgery date in July....21 weeks ago....maybe I'm just being hard on myself

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I also had my bypass in July, I've lost 89 lbs. Sounds like you are on the right track

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Slow and steady wins the race, so it sounds like as long as it's been a consistent loss, you're doing great.

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